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I have a Asus 7770HD 1GB and my friend is giving me his MSI 1GB 7770, i was wondering if you can crossfire the 2 of them.
 

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Yes you can
 

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Yes you can, as long as they are the same chip, and preferably the same Vram size, then you'll be good to go.
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I have a Asus 7770HD 1GB and my friend is giving me his MSI 1GB 7770, i was wondering if you can crossfire the 2 of them.
as long as they have the exact same video memory and they are 7770's then its fine. i was running a gigabyte GTX 570 and a gainward GTX 570 in SLI and it was fine. also i would upgrade your power supply it most likely wont support 2 7770's
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Yes you can, as long as they are the same chip, and preferably the same Vram size, then you'll be good to go.
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AMD is actually even more flexible then that. You can crossfire 7970 with 7950 for example:

 

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as long as they have the exact same video memory and they are 7770's then its fine. i was running a gigabyte GTX 570 and a gainward GTX 570 in SLI and it was fine. also i would upgrade your power supply it most likely wont support 2 7770's
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Btw, whats the difference if i get a 750W Psupply that is 80W bronze to a non bronze ?
 

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Btw, whats the difference if i get a 750W Psupply that is 80W bronze to a non bronze ?
Bronze is just a rating of how efficient the PSU is. More efficient will save you some electricity in the long run.
 

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Btw, whats the difference if i get a 750W Psupply that is 80W bronze to a non bronze ?
try getting a 750W PSU with a bronze or silver rating, that would be the most effective thing for you.
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Bronze is just a rating of how efficient the PSU is. More efficient will save you some electricity in the long run.
yup!
 
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